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I’m back for good – Okomfo Kwadee

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On and off Hiplife musician “Okomfo Kwadee” has assured fans and music lovers that he is back into the music industry for good.
He appealed to fans to forget any negative stories or rumors they may have heard about him.
“Kwadee is back for good and you gotta just feel it for yourself, check it like the same old way and forget about the stories,” he told KOD on the Zone on Starr FM.
As to why he had been absent from the music scene, he said “I had to accept certain issues. I was growing up so I had to accept certain responsibilities, which took me to various places. That’s the reason for the absence.”
Kwadee has released three new singles including “Gye Wani” and “M3 Botom Ay3 Ma”, which are enjoying airplay around the country.

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